WR — Daesean Hamilton 6.93


Scout- Ryan Goudy


College: Penn State


Height: 6'1"


Weight: 205 lbs


40-Time:


Vertical: 34.5"


Bench Press:





Athleticism

Q.A.B. 6.50 Good agility, good balance, not overly quick.

Flexibility 6.75 Good hips, loose.

C.O.D. 7.00 Good change of direction, cut on a dime

Explosion 6.00 Not very sudden into breaks

Deep Speed 6.50 Not overly fast, average deep speed


Without Ball

Quicks Off LOS 6.50 Average off the snap speed.

Release VS Jam 6.50 Fluid to get off of jam

Route Running 8.00 Fluid routes, tactician and precise.

Separation 7.25 Gets good separation for not being overly quick, creates with routes.

Blocking 6.50 Willing, needs to get physical, but above average.


With Ball In Hands

Hands 7.00 Improved from 2016, good can get better.

Yard After Contact 7.00 Good at getting loose from tackles, plays tough.

Ability in Space 7.25 Good in space, able to create yards.

Ball Security 7.00 Sure handed with the ball.


Competitiveness

Toughness 7.25 Takes some big hits to go up and get the ball

Production 7.00Good production, 53- 857- 9

Consistency/Motor 7.25 Consistent, good motor always plays hard


Intelligence

Instincts 7.00 Able to create space, good instincts

Learn/Retain 7.00 Has improved every year, Team Captain

Position Versatility 6.75 Played at his best in the slot, should stay there


Strengths

Daesean is a surgical route runner. He is consistent in his routes, smooth in and out of his breaks. He gives his body to make catches, even when he knows he is going to get blown up. He has a good frame for a slot target. Coaches rave about his effort, and willingness to coach young players.


Weaknesses

Hamilton doesn’t have a second gear. He gets off the line and plays through a single speed. While he is a good route runner, he isn’t sudden in or out of breaks. Lack of speed puts a lot of emphasis on him being precise.


Big Picture

Hamilton is a well put together slot receiver. He has a good frame and carries his weight well. He showed up when his team needs him the most. Coaches have said that he is a leader, someone who goes out of his way to teach them. Hamilton does well to make plays with the ball in his hand. He is a precise route runner and gets himself open. Hamilton should be a late Day 2 or early Day 3 selection. He will be a good fit in the slot for a passing team that has speed on the outside.Hamilton doesn’t have a second gear. He gets off the line and plays through a single speed. While he is a good route runner, he isn’t sudden in or out of breaks. Lack of speed puts a lot of emphasis on him being precise.